How do I call the fire brigade UK?

How do I call the fire brigade UK?

In an emergency you should always call 999 – but if it’s not urgent, here’s where to get in touch.

How do I get a fire incident number?

To request an incident report, please email to [email protected] or a letter to London Fire Brigade, Incident reports team, 169 Union Street, London SE1 0LL. Your request should include: Your full name. Your contact details (email and day-time telephone number)

Is fire brigade free in UK?

Fire service funding In the UK, an FRS generally provides its services for free, although there are some special services that can be charged for, and some additional services that can be paid for. The service is free to the end user in the case of an emergency.

What do you say when you call the Fire Brigade?

Dial 112 or 999 Once you say you require the Fire Brigade the operator will transfer you to the Fire Brigade Communications Centre.

Who runs the Fire Service UK?

the London Fire Commissioner
The LFB is run by the London Fire Commissioner, a corporation sole and the fire and rescue authority for London.

Who to call when there is a fire?

Remember to GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL 9-1-1 or your local emergency phone number. Yell “Fire!” several times and go outside right away. If you live in a building with elevators, use the stairs. Leave all your things where they are and save yourself.

When should you call a fire engine?


Which is the emergency number in the UK?

Most people in the UK are aware than in an emergency, you should call 999 to reach the fire, police or ambulance services. Yet, several new numbers have been introduced recently. Do you know which number you should call for the right assistance in an emergency?

How to contact Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service?

During office hours you can also contact us at Service Headquarters: Text: 07860 063686 (For Deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people only. Not to be used in an emergency) We regard your privacy as important.

How to contact West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service?

All fields marked with an * are required. If you have a fire or other rescue emergency, always dial 999 immediately. To access a copy of a map showing the location of West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service Headquarters together with directions of how to find us please use the following link:

How to report a fire to the fire service?

To report a fire or any other rescue emergency, always dial 999 immediately. Please use the contact directory on the left to find the appropriate contact. If your enquiry relates to becoming a Firefighter or other careers in the Fire Service please read the Careers page and FAQs first as they are likely to contain much…

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